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The poultry industry is facing dropping prices for chicken wings and deboned breast meat — which is at its lowest price per pound since 1986.

How will the fear of a coronavirus-based recession affect meat sales?

At the Meat Conference, experts look at the latest trends in beef, pork and poultry

During last week’s Annual Meat Conference in Nashville, industry experts offered their market outlook on meat and poultry for the year, and the discussions inevitably led to the topic of whether the continued threat of coronavirus could lead to a recession and what that could mean for the meat industry.

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